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The battle for the biggest prize in soccer, worth $370 million, is taking place this weekend
The biggest cash prize the game has to offer will actually be given out at Wembley Stadium a few hours earlier — with a game potentially worth more than $370 million.
One of the biggest names in advertising thinks you're going to get paid for sharing your data
Maurice Levy, the former CEO and now chairman of Publicis Groupe, said that a third party would be used to collect revenues for willing participants.
US jury awards Apple $539 million in Samsung patent retrial
A U.S. jury said Samsung should pay $539 million to Apple for copying patented smartphone features.
Trump can take some lessons from the failed summit with North Korea, says a former US ambassador
The U.S. should have gotten a better reading of North Korea's intentions, said a former American diplomat.
At least 15 injured after improvised bomb explodes in Ontario restaurant: police
Two suspects are sought after 15 people were transported from the scene of the blast, police said.
A Trump-Kim meeting could still take place down the road
Experts said the bets weren't off on a meeting between President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un taking place in time.
China's box office recently beat the US, and is now on the cusp of a 'new growth cycle'
Things could be setting up for a "Hollywood moment" for China's film industry, HSBC said in a May report.
Want to write the perfect resume? Stop making it all about yourself
Your resume should be all about you, right? Wrong, according to careers expert Marc Cenedella.
Steve Cohen's Point72 is bullish on Asia — and they like these sectors
Point72's CEO of International Marc Desmidt explains which sectors the hedge fund is bullish on, as it expands its Asian operations.
The crackdown on cryptocurrencies is a good thing, say traders
Regulating the cryptocurrencies sector will clean up the industry, and even open the floodgates for new money, crypto traders say.
Read the full statement from South Korean President Moon Jae In here
Donald Trump appears to have surprised South Korean when he canceled a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Cramer Remix: Don’t let this buying opportunity pass again
Jim Cramer reveals why FMC Corp.’s recent dip is a prime time to buy the stock.
Cramer: Inflation is a real worry, but it's 'far from permanent'
Jim Cramer pushes back on concerns about inflation by listing the economic factors keeping it at bay.
United Continental appoints first female board chair
Jane Garvey is the first woman to lead the company's directors and was previously chief of the FAA.
North Korea says it's still willing to resolve issues with US after Trump cancels summit
North Korea's vice foreign minister Kim Kye Gwan said the North is open to resolving issues with the United States whenever and however.
Indigo Agriculture CEO wants to change economics for farmers with a 'revolution in agriculture'
Jim Cramer sits down with Indigo Agriculture CEO David Perry to see how he's overhauling age-old farming traditions.
Jared Kushner got his permanent security clearance, but he could still be under scrutiny
The senior White House advisor was interviewed for a second time by the special counsel last month.
Cramer: The Netflix-Disney comparison reminds me of a famous Babe Ruth quote
Jim Cramer addresses Netflix's stock passing Disney's in market cap and puts it in context with the current environment.
The phone company founded by Android creator Andy Rubin is reportedly for sale
Andy Rubin's gadget startup, Essential Products, is considering a sale and has halted the development of a second phone, Bloomberg reports.
US bill would force tech companies to disclose foreign software probes
U.S. tech companies would be forced to disclose if they allowed American adversaries, like Russia and China, to examine the inner workings of software sold to the U.S. military under proposed legislation.
'Problems with diplomatic tradecraft' helped sink Trump's summit with Kim Jong Un
Collapse of summit indicates President Trump didn't know what he was doing on North Korea, CNBC's John Harwood writes.
Synthetic pot is in the shadow of the opioid crisis but it is a serious — and deadly — problem
Overshadowed by the opioid crisis, synthetic marijuana is a serious — and sometimes deadly — problem in America, according to US News & World Report.
Trump confidant Roger Stone sought Clinton info from Wikileaks founder: Report
The House Intelligence Committee's ranking Democrat said Stone and Credico didn't turn the emails over to investigators.
Amazon Echo secretly recorded a family's conversation and sent it to a random contact
A family in Portland says their Echo device recorded their conversation and sent the audio to a random person on their contact list.
GOP fundraiser Elliott Broidy says hack backed by Qatar led to exposure of his affair with a Playboy Playmate
President Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen arranged the deal for Elliott Broidy to pay $1.6 million to a former Playboy model.
After-hours buzz: GPS, ROST & more
See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell.
Democratic lawmakers say there is no evidence in briefings of a spy in the Trump campaign
Democratic lawmakers say there is no evidence in briefings of a spy in the Trump campaign.
Nutanix falls on a wider-than-expected quarterly loss
Nutanix stock fell almost 5 percent after the company reported mixed earnings for its fiscal third quarter.
Bitcoin tracking for slight weekly losses despite news of regulatory crackdowns
Bitcoin has held up relatively well this week despite negative headlines about regulatory crackdowns.
Gap shares tumble on earnings miss as Old Navy growth slows
Earnings fell short of Street expectations.


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